Today I went to Skipper's in Mt. Vernon with my girlfriend and her friend. As soon as I entered the store (OCing, of course), I went straight to the bathroom. When I came out of the bathroom, my girlfriend handed me the keys to her car. I asked "What are these for?", and she said, "you have to go put your gun in the car". I went to the car without arguing, but Mt. Vernon is definitely the last place I want to be unarmed... Later my GF told me that while I was in the bathroom, one of the employees asked her "Is he with you? He cant have a gun in here".
Then my girlfriend's chowder tasted worse than canned clam chowder, so she got a refund. Definitely not a restaurant I will miss going to, ever.
I'm not sure if this is a corporate policy, or just an employees idea, but I'm still going to add it to the do not patronize database thread.
I am sure a lot of you guys will say "even if they allowed firearms, they were already on my do not patronize database", LOL, that place is gross, and massively overpriced.